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Salting-in and salting-out effects of short amphiphilic molecules: a balance between specific ion effects and hydrophobicity

Mehringer, Johannes ; Hofmann, Evamaria ; Touraud, Didier ; Koltzenburg, Sebastian ; Kellermeier, Matthias ; Kunz, Werner


Amphiphilic molecules (e.g. hydrotropes) that enhance the solubility of hydrophobic compounds in water are often charged. As a result, such compounds also show specific ion effects. These effects can either strengthen or weaken the solubilisation power of amphiphilic molecules, depending on their degree of ion hydration. They can even prevail and transform an apparent solubilizer into an ...


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